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Entries from October 2008

Trevor Graves vs. The Canon G10

October 29th, 2008 · 1 Comment

I’m kind of bummed on this screaming Trevor Graves review of the new Canon G10. I wanted one, but now. . . not so sure. Since it’s nearly impossible to hear what the faux-irrate Trevor is saying, here it is: I was so stoked on the G9 to see the G10s coming out I pre-ordered […]

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Tags: Art · Technology

It’s The Most Wonderful Time Inc. Of The Year

October 28th, 2008 · 1 Comment

It just ain’t the holidays if Time Inc. isn’t laying people off. But this year it looks like they’re pulling out all the stops. Ann Moore sent out a memorandum on Tuesday outlining how Time Inc. would be cutting six percent of their employees (600 people) and that the layoffs would begin in about two […]

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Tags: Media

Please, Step Into My New Office

October 24th, 2008 · 2 Comments

That crazy US Forest Service has actually installed a WI-FI hotspot in the middle of their wood farm. Please, step into my new office. . .

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Tags: Life

New MacBook Pro Unboxing Pr0n

October 15th, 2008 · 1 Comment

From all the cheerleading I do for Apple, it would seem that I buy Apple products all the time. Not true. I have only purchased three Apple Computers in my life: an original Powerbook 100 , a Beige G3 and almost four years ago a G4 Mac Mini. Today, I finally broke down and bought […]

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Tags: Technology

Another Print Death: Cosmogirl Goes Digital

October 10th, 2008 · No Comments

Looks like Cosmogirl’s print version is being added to the magazine deadpool, according to a blog post on Portfolio.com. Hearst Magazines has made a strategic decision to consolidate its teen publishing activities into Seventeen, the largest-selling monthly teen magazine on newsstands. Effective with the December issue, CosmoGirl will cease as a print magazine, remaining online […]

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Tags: Media

Dano Pendygrasse And The Future Death

October 3rd, 2008 · 2 Comments

This action sports industry has always been a quick-changing, new kid on the up world that you don’t really notice when you’re the new kid on the up. So that’s why it’s always good to see some of the old guard getting a little love from the next wave. Snowboard photographer Dano Pendygrasse was just […]

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Tags: Media · Snowboarding